By Tony Veneziano, World of Outlaws PR Director 

 

One of the main goals that Donny Schatz had for the 2007 season was to win more races than he did in 2006. In earning his first World of Outlaws championship last season, he earned 17 A-Feature wins. He surpassed that mark on Saturday night, after being victorious in the PolyDome Princeton National at Princeton Speedway in Minnesota to claim his 18th A-Feature win of the season and the 69th of his career.

 Schatz led the final 13 laps of the event in the Snap-On Tools J&J, despite not having any brakes on the high-banked ¼-mile. It was his first career win at Princeton Speedway and his second win on a ¼-mile track this season.

 

“It was a good night for us,” said Schatz. “We had an awesome car at the end of the feature. We had a little bit of luck as well. We lost our brakes at the beginning of the race. I was able to drive a smart race and stay out of trouble.”

 

In 10 starts this season in the specially painted red and black Snap-on Tools J&J, Schatz picked up four wins. He debuted the car on April 28 at Knoxville Raceway and won the first race out in it and put a bookend on the car by winning on Saturday night in the last scheduled event for the machine. In addition to the win, his team welcomed over 400 guests from Snap-on to Princeton Speedway on Saturday afternoon for a meet and greet.

 

“It’s been a couple of different cars, with the same body,” Schatz noted. “It’s an awesome promotion with those guys and we had a lot of fun with it. It’s great when you grow up with something and get to use what you believe in. We have always used Snap-on Tools and they are the best. To be able to promote them was an absolute pleasure. This will be one of my favorite cars.”

 

The only hiccup on the night for Schatz was that he lost his brakes in the A-Feature. With the first 21 laps of the event running caution free, he found himself in heavy lapped traffic early in the race as he chased Chad Blonde who was setting a blistering pace on the cushion of the track.

 

“It was a big worry, not so much is open track, where I could roll my car without using brakes, but when you get to lapped traffic you don’t know if someone is guarding the front of you and you just drive over them,” explained the native of Fargo, North Dakota. “I was a lot better early and didn’t want to press the issue because I had no brakes.”

 

The race began with Justin Henderson jumping to the lead from the outside front row starting position. He would pace the first five laps before the pole sitter Chad Blonde would dive under him exiting the fourth turn on the sixth lap in heavy lapped traffic.

 

Blonde would quickly open a comfortable lead as Henderson was bottled up in lapped traffic. As he began to pull away, Schatz closed on Henderson to battle for the second spot. After working on him for several laps, Schatz was able to get around Henderson on the 19th lap and set his sights on Blonde.

 

A number of caution and red flags followed. Prior to a caution on the lap 22 lap, Schatz charged to the lead off the second turn, as Blonde went very low on the track and got loose. A full lap was not completed and thus Blonde lined up in the lead on the restart.

 

He endured four restarts on that same lap before a lap 25 caution led to a fuel stop. Blonde again used a strong restart to quickly jump to a sizeable lead, but just three laps later he would encounter heavy lapped traffic. While exiting the fourth turn on the 28th lap, he jumped the cushion and tagged the wall very hard on the front straightaway nearly getting upside and handing the lead to Schatz. A broken front end would end Blonde’s night after leading 22 laps.

 

With 12 laps to go, Schatz led on the restart, with Joey Saldana chasing him. A couple more yellow flags put Saldana right on Schatz’s bumper. With five laps to go, Schatz hit lapped traffic and masterfully weaved his way through it to win by nearly a second.

 

Saldana finished second to earn his 41st Top-Five finish of the season. He started sixth and patiently worked his way into contention for the win. He got around Kerry Madsen on the opening lap of the event before battling with Schatz for the fourth spot and eventually the win.

 

“We tightened the car up a little too much for the feature,” said Saldana, driver of the Open Joist JEI. “On the long runs we were going pretty good because we could move around. At the end, I thought I could get a run on the outside, but the harder I ran the tighter I got. It was a good solid run for us. We qualified well and ran strong in our heat. We just came up one spot short.”

 

Kerry Madsen set fast time with a very solid field of 37 cars on hand. That earned him a spot in the Crane Cams Dash, where he finished fifth to earn the same starting position in the 40-lap A-Feature, where he would finish third.

 

“It was a good night,” said Madsen, driver of the Selma Shell Maxim. “We had quick time and a Top-Three finish so that is a great night for us. We’ve been in a lot of good positions this season and had things get us off track. To bring it home in the Top-Three is great.”

 

Tim Shaffer was the fourth quickest car in time trials and after racing his way into the A-Feature by way of the B-Main, he lined up 12th for the PolyDome Princeton National. He gained a couple of positions on the opening lap to move into the Top-10. After tracking down Danny Lasoski and then Jac Haudenschild, Shaffer found himself in the Top-Five by the 28th lap. He would win up fourth in the Casey’s General Store Maxim.

 

“We struggled early in the night and found a bad torsion bar,” said Shaffer. “We didn’t really think we would be too good in the feature. My guys never quit and they put new stuff on that thing. It was night and day difference in the feature, it surprised us all.”

 

Justin Henderson wound up fifth in the Dan Dan the Sonic Man Rocket, while leading the opening five laps of the event.

 

Steve Kinser was sixth in the Q Oil Maxim, with Craig Dollansky coming from 20th to finish seventh to earn the KSE Racing Products Hard Charger Award in the Karavan Trailers Maxim. Daryn Pittman with eighth in the Titan Garages Maxim, with Danny Lasoski ninth in the Roth Motorsports JEI. Jac Haudenschild recovered from a late race spin to finish 10th aboard the Wright One Construction Maxim.

 

During the 40-lap event, the caution flag flew seven times, including the one caution that became a red flag for the fuel stop.

 

“I felt like I was out there for two hours,” Schatz said. “It was a long time. When you get on these little tracks and there is a lot of running off the track and a lot happening, you’re going to have that. That’s just the nature of the beast.”

 

Saldana had one of the fastest cars during the last 15 laps of the race when the leaders were negotiating lapped traffic. A couple of late cautions gave the leaders open race track and Saldana tried everything he could to track down Schatz.

 

“The race was getting really good in lapped traffic and everyone was dicing,” said the native of Brownsburg, Indiana. “There was good close racing and that is what the fans came to see. This place is always really racy.”

 

After the opening night of the PolyDome Princeton National was cancelled on Friday night due to heavy rain, Saldana was glad to be able to put on a great show for the fans that packed the high-banked ¼-mile on an unseasonably warm evening on Saturday.

 

“They did a great job,” he said. “To come back after all the rain, they had the track in nice shape. Racing-wise, I think the fans saw a great race. Craig and Julie (Dollansky) did a great job with this. My hat is off to them. It’s definitely a scary situation to try to promote a race when it rains and we’re glad to get it in.”

 

Madsen lost a spot to Saldana on the opening lap and 11 laps later retook the spot as the pair waged a spirited battle early in the 40-lap event. Next he began to work on rookie Chad Hillier, before getting around Justin Henderson.

 

“We probably had an early race set up in it,” lamented the native of St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia. “We were free and not as good at the end. Maybe I could have done something with some more traffic at the end, but maybe I would have gotten passed.”

 

Shaffer was one of a few drivers that was happy to see all of the yellow flags. After lining up 12th on the ¼-mile, he knew that he would need a few stoppages to help him continue his charge to the front. He used a number of strong restarts to put himself in a spot to gain positions.

 

“When you are coming from the back you like to see them (cautions),” he smiled. “It’s when you are running up front you don’t want to see them. In our situation tonight, those were very good for us.”

 

The World of Outlaws return to action on Saturday, October 13 at Thunderbowl Raceway in Tulare, California for the Dave Helm Memorial.

 

 

POLYDOME PRINCETON NATIONAL NOTEBOOK

 

• FAST QUALIFIER: Kerry Madsen paced the 37 cars that took time with an AMB i.t. timed lap around the high-banked 1/4-mile oval in 10.197 seconds at 88.261 mph. For his qualifying effort, Madsen earned five bonus points. The next four fastest qualifiers also earned bonus points, including: Joey Saldana (4), Chad Kemenah (3), Tim Shaffer (2) and Justin Henderson (1).

 

 

 

• QUALIFYING WINNERS: Steve Kinser, Donny Schatz, Jason Sides and Danny Lasoski won heat races… Chad Kemenah won the B-Main … Chad Blonde won the Crane Cams Dash.
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There have been 70 World of Outlaws A-Feature events held in 2007. The win list includes: Donny Schatz (February 9 at Volusia Speedway Park, March 3 at Manzanita Speedway, March 16 at Houston Raceway Park, April 28 at Knoxville Raceway, May 17 at Williams Grove Speedway, May 18 at Williams Grove Speedway, May 25 at The Dirt Track @ Lowe’s Motor Speedway, June 25 at Black Hills Speedway, July 3 at Huset’s Speedway, July 14 at Eldora Speedway, July 18 at Lernerville Speedway, July 19 at Williams Grove Speedway, July 21 at Williams Grove Speedway, August 19 at Castrol Raceway, September 12 at Clay County Speedway, September 14 at Heartland Park Topeka, September 29 at Williams Grove Speedway and October 6 at Princeton Speedway), Joey Saldana (February 23 at Thunderbowl Raceway, March 17 at Pike County Speedway, March 24 at Volunteer Speedway, March 31 at Dixie Speedway, April 20 at Attica Raceway Park, June 5 at Kokomo Speedway, June 9 at Eagle Raceway, June 29 at River Cities Speedway, July 7 at I-55 Raceway, August 29 at Cottage Grove Speedway, September 8 at Silver Dollar Speedway and September 21 at Eldora Speedway), Steve Kinser (March 2 at USA Race Park, April 21 at Tri-State Speedway, May 15 at Lernerville Speedway, May 20 at New Egypt Speedway, May 28 at Rolling Wheels Raceway Park, June 1 at Sharon Speedway, June 20 at Missouri State Fair Speedway, July 13 at Eldora Speedway and August 17 at Castrol Raceway), Daryn Pittman (February 11 at Volusia Speedway Park, May 5 at Riverside International Speedway, June 23 at Dodge City Raceway Park, August 14 at Nodak Speedway, September 16 at Charter Raceway Park and September 26 at Orange County Fair Speedway), Danny Lasoski (April 6 at Paducah International Raceway, May 23 at Grandview Speedway, June 14 at Tri-City Speedway, September 1 at Calistoga Speedway and September 2 at Calistoga Speedway), Jason Meyers (April 13 at Eldora Speedway, May 11 at U.S. 36 Raceway, June 22 at Dodge City Raceway Park and July 22 at Lebanon Valley Speedway), Craig Dollansky (May 12 at Lake Ozark Speedway, July 27 at I-96 Speedway and August 25 at Skagit Speedway), Jac Haudenschild (June 30 at Red River Valley Speedway and July 11 at Limaland Motorsports Park), Terry McCarl (June 16 at Knoxville Raceway and July 28 at K-C Raceway), Paul McMahan (June 2 at Eldora Speedway and July 1 at Cedar Lake Speedway), Tim Kaeding (February 24 at Thunderbowl Raceway), Brian Leppo (July 20 tat Williams Grove Speedway), Kerry Madsen (February 10 at Volusia Speedway Park), Jason Sides (July 25 at Ohsweken Speedway), Jason Solwold (August 3 at Charter Raceway Park), Shane Stewart (August 27 at Grays Harbor Raceway) and Brooke Tatnell (August 24 at Skagit Speedway).

 

 

 

 

PRELIMINARY FEATURE WINNERS: There have been three World of Outlaws preliminary feature events held in 2007. The winners were: Jonathan Allard (September 6 at Silver Dollar Speedway), Chad Layton (September 28 at Williams Grove Speedway) and Joey Saldana (September 7 at Silver Dollar Speedway).

 

1/4-MILE WINNERS: Princeton Speedway is a high-banked ¼-mile oval. The World of Outlaws have raced 10 times this season on a track that size. The winners include: Joey Saldana (Kokomo Speedway, Cottage Grove Speedway and twice at Silver Dollar Speedway.), Donny Schatz (Houston Raceway Park and Princeton Speedway),

Jonathan Allard (Silver Dollar Speedway), Jac Haudenschild (Limaland Motorsports Park), Steve Kinser (Tri-State Speedway) and Daryn Pittman (Riverside International Speedway).

 

 

: The World of Outlaws will be televised 20 times this season on ESPN2 and SPEED while the World of Outlaws Late Model Series is set for six appearances on SPEED. The one-hour broadcasts will air on Sundays from May 13 to Nov. 4, when the series champions will be crowned during the World Finals from The Dirt Track @ Lowe’s Motor Speedway.

The next scheduled broadcast for the World of Outlaws on SPEED will be Sunday, October 7 at 2:30 p.m. Eastern, 1:30 p.m. Central, with the opening night of the National Open from Williams Grove Speedway.

 

 

 

The Official World of Outlaws Web site is at http://www.worldofoutlaws.com. Among the features are updated driver biographies with individual statistics and pictures, race-by-race statistics, detailed track information and race coverage, series news and team press releases. Also, links to the Media Guide and 2007 Official Rulebook can be found at the bottom of the home page.

 

A stop at Manzanita Speedway in Arizona on October 19 and a return to Perris Auto Speedway on October 20. The Outlaws World Finals at The Dirt Track @ Lowe’s Motor Speedway on November 1-3.

 

World of Outlaws Statistical Report; PolyDome Princeton National; Princeton, MN; Oct. 6, 2007

 

Qualifying

1) 11H-Kerry Madsen 10.197

2) 9-Joey Saldana 10.217

3) 8K-Chad Kemenah 10.225

4) 6-Tim Shaffer 10.232

5) D1-Justin Henderson 10.240

6) 5-Brooke Tatnell 10.248

7) 5B-Chad Blonde 10.276

8) 5C-Chad Hillier 10.276

9) 11-Steve Kinser 10.294

10) 15-Donny Schatz 10.296

11) 20-Paul McMahan 10.306

12) 83-Danny Lasoski 10.332

13) 35-Jac Haudenschild 10.340

14) 21-Daryn Pittman 10.343

15) 7S-Jason Sides 10.352

16) 1X-Randy Hannagan 10.391

17) R19-Jason Solwold 10.406

18) 24-Terry McCarl 10.421

19) 10C-Jeremy Campbell 10.436

20) 7-Craig Dollansky 10.450

21) R9-Scott Winters 10.467

22) 2-Mark Dobmeier 10.474

23) 9T-Travis Whitney 10.498

24) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr. 10.505

25) 9K-Brent Kronfuss 10.534

26) 56-Davey Heskin 10.617

27) 18T-Tony Bruce Jr. 10.622

28) 14-Jason Meyers 10.693

29) 9N-Wade Nygaard 10.749

30) 91-John Sernett 10.772

31) 45-Tony Norem 10.822

32) K9-Tim Sernett 10.881

33) 4W-Matt Wasmund 10.981

34) 29-Leigh Thomas 11.067

35) 31-Shane Romeling 11.335

36) 71-Robert Bell 11.406

37) 63-Jesse Cripe 12.548

 

Heat 1 (10 Laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)

1) 11-Steve Kinser

2) D1-Justin Henderson

3) 35-Jac Haudenschild

4) R19-Jason Solwold

5) 11H-Kerry Madsen

6) 9N-Wade Nygaard

7) R9-Scott Winters

8) 9K-Brent Kronfuss

9) 4W-Matt Wasmund

 

Heat 2 (10 Laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)

1) 15-Donny Schatz

2) 9-Joey Saldana

3) 21-Daryn Pittman

4) 5-Brooke Tatnell

5) 24-Terry McCarl

6) 56-Davey Heskin

7) 2-Mark Dobmeier

8) 91-John Sernett

9) 29-Leigh Thomas

 

Heat 3 (10 Laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)

1) 7S-Jason Sides

2) 5B-Chad Blonde

3) 20-Paul McMahan

4) 9T-Travis Whitney

5) 10C-Jeremy Campbell

6) 18T-Tony Bruce Jr.

7) 8K-Chad Kemenah

8) 45-Tony Norem

9) 31-Shane Romeling

 

Heat 4 (10 Laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)

1) 83-Danny Lasoski

2) 5C-Chad Hillier

3) 1X-Randy Hannagan

4) 7-Craig Dollansky

5) 14-Jason Meyers

6) 6-Tim Shaffer

7) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr.

8) K9-Tim Sernett

 

Crane Cams Dash (8 laps, finishing order determined first 10 starting positions of A-feature)

1) 5B-Chad Blonde

2) D1-Justin Henderson

3) 15-Donny Schatz

4) 5C-Chad Hillier

5) 11H-Kerry Madsen

6) 9-Joey Saldana

7) 5-Brooke Tatnell

8) 83-Danny Lasoski

9) 11-Steve Kinser

10) 7S-Jason Sides

 

B-main (12 laps, top 4 finishers transferred to A-feature)

1) 8K-Chad Kemenah

2) 6-Tim Shaffer

3) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr.

4) 18T-Tony Bruce Jr.

5) 9K-Brent Kronfuss [$200]

6) R9-Scott Winters [$180]

7) 2-Mark Dobmeier [$175]

8) 56-Davey Heskin [$160]

9) 9N-Wade Nygaard [$150]

10) 91-John Sernett [$150]

11) 4W-Matt Wasmund [$150]

12) 31-Shane Romeling [$150]

13) K9-Tim Sernett [$150]

14) 45-Tony Norem [$150]

15) 29-Leigh Thomas [$150]

16) 63-Jesse Cripe [$150]

17) 71-Robert Bell [$150]

 

A-main (40 laps) – Starting Position [#]

1) 15-Donny Schatz[3] [$10,000]

2) 9-Joey Saldana[6] [$5,500]

3) 11H-Kerry Madsen[5] [$3,200]

4) 6-Tim Shaffer[12] [$2,800]

5) D1-Justin Henderson[2] [$2,500]

6) 11-Steve Kinser[9] [$2,300]

7) 7-Craig Dollansky[20] [$2,200]

8) 21-Daryn Pittman[15] [$2,100]

9) 83-Danny Lasoski[8] [$2,050]

10) 35-Jac Haudenschild[14] [$2,000]

11) 5C-Chad Hillier[4] [$1,500]

12) 5-Brooke Tatnell[7] [$1,200]

13) 7S-Jason Sides[10] [$1,100]

14) 20-Paul McMahan[13] [$1,050]

15) 8K-Chad Kemenah[11] [$1,000]

16) 14-Jason Meyers[24] [$900]

17) 24-Terry McCarl[18] [$800]

18) 1X-Randy Hannagan[16] [$800]

19) 10C-Jeremy Campbell[19] [$800]

20) 18T-Tony Bruce Jr.[23] [$800]

21) R19-Jason Solwold[17] [$800]

22) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr.[22] [$800]

23) 5B-Chad Blonde[1] [$800]

24) 9T-Travis Whitney[21] [$800]

 

Lap Leaders: Justin Henderson 1-5, Chad Blonde 6-27, Donny Schatz 28-40

KSE Hard Charger Award: Craig Dollansky

 

 

World of Outlaws Championship Standings Through October 6

Donny Schatz / 9780

Joey Saldana / 9690

Danny Lasoski / 9238

Daryn Pittman / 9210

Jason Meyers / 9166

Steve Kinser / 9123

Craig Dollansky / 8988

Paul McMahan / 8937

Jason Solwold / 8793

Tim Shaffer / 8770

 

 

 

2007 STAT ATTACK

There have been 70 World of Outlaws A-Feature events and three Preliminary Feature events this season. 

 

A-Feature winners (17 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Wins

1- #15 Donny Schatz, Fargo, ND – 18

2- #9 Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, IN – 12

3- #11 Steve Kinser, Bloomington, IN – 9

4- #21 Daryn Pittman, Owasso, OK – 6

5- #83 Danny Lasoski, Dover, MO – 5

6- #14 Jason Meyers, Clovis, CA – 4

7- -#7 Craig Dollansky, Elk River, MN – 3

8 -#35 Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, OH – 2

#24 Terry McCarl, Altoona, IA – 2

#20 Paul McMahan, Nashville, TN – 2

11- #11K Tim Kaeding, San Jose, CA – 1

#71 Brian Leppo, Spring Grove, PA – 1

#11H Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s NSW – 1

#7S Jason Sides, Bartlett, TN – 1

#R19 Jason Solwold, Mt. Vernon, WA – 1

#1 Shane Stewart, Bixby, OK – 1

#2 Brooke Tatnell, San Souci, NSW – 1

 

 

Preliminary Feature winners (3 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Wins

1- #0 Jonathan Allard, Chico, CA – 1

#25 Chad Layton, Harrisburg, PA – 1

#9 Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, IN – 1

 

Lap leaders, including A-features and preliminary features Car, driver, hometown – Total laps led (27 different drivers have led a lap)

#15 Donny Schatz, Fargo, N.D. – 403 laps

#9 Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, IN. – 384 laps

#11 Steve Kinser, Bloomington, IN – 283 laps

#21 Daryn Pittman, Owasso, OK – 222 laps

#7 Craig Dollansky, Elk River, MN – 164 laps

#83 Danny Lasoski, Dover, MO – 150 laps

#14 Jason Meyers, Clovis, CA – 125 laps

#35 Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, OH – 90 laps

#7S Jason Sides, Bartlett, TN – 77 laps

#R19 Jason Solwold, Mt. Vernon, WA- 71 laps

#11H Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW – 56 laps

#6 Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, PA – 45 laps

#20 Paul McMahan, Nashville, TN – 44 laps

#11K Tim Kaeding, San Jose, CA – 40 laps

#D1 Justin Henderson, Sioux Falls, SD – 38 laps

#0 Jonathan Allard, Chico, CA – 30 laps

#25 Chad Layton, Harrisburg, PA – 25 laps

#71 Brian Leppo, Spring Grove, PA – 25 laps

#2 Brooke Tatnell, San Souci, NSW – 23 laps

#5B Chad Blonde, Litchfield, MO – 22 laps

#22 Greg Hodnett, Thomasville, PA – 22 laps

#24 Terry McCarl, Altoona, IA – 21 laps

#1X Randy Hannagan, San Jose, CA – 18 laps

#15H Sam Hafertepe Jr., Sunnyvale, TX – 13 laps

#2 Brooke Tatnell, San Souci, NSW – 13 laps

#10C Jeremy Campbell, Moroe, MI – 7 laps

#2L Ed Lynch Jr., Apollo, PA – 3 laps

#1 Shane Stewart, Bixby, OK – 1 lap

 

Time trial leaders (29 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Quick times

1 – #9 Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, IN – 11

2 – #20 Paul McMahan, Nashville, TN – 7

3 – #15 Donny Schatz, Fargo, ND – 6

#R19 Jason Solwold, Mt. Vernon, WA – 6

5 – #14 Jason Meyers, Clovis, CA – 5

6 – #11H Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW – 3

#6T Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, PA – 3

8 – #10C Jeremy Campbell, Monroe, MI – 2

#8K Zach Chappell, Talala, OK – 2

#1X Randy Hannagan, San Jose – 2

#29 Kenny Jacobs, Holmesville, OH – 2

#83 Danny Lasoski, Dover, MO – 2

#7S Jason Sides, Bartlett, TN – 2

14- #18T Tony Bruce Jr., Liberal, KS – 1

#17B Steven Buckwalter, Royersford, PA – 1

#89 Cody Darrah, Red Lion, PA – 1

#7 Craig Dollansky, Elk River, MN – 1

#35 Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, OH – 1

#D1 Justin Henderson, Sioux Falls, SD – 1

#5C Chad Hillier, Burlington, WA – 1

#3X Chad Kemenah, Findlay, OH – 1

#11 Steve Kinser, Bloomington, IN – 1

#2L Ed Lynch Jr., Apollo, PA – 1

#36 Jason Martin, Liberal, KS – 1

#8MChris Meleason, Carlisle, PA – 1

#21 Daryn Pittman, Owasso, OK – 1

#19 Stevie Smith, New Oxford, PA – 1

#33E Evan Suggs, Scotts Valley, CA – 1

#5W Lucas Wolfe, Mechanicsburg, PA – 1

 

Track records established during 2007 World of Outlaws events (13)
* Craig Dollansky, March 2, United Sports Arizona Race Park (3/8-mile), Tucson, AZ, 12.624 seconds at 106.939 mph.

 

* Kerry Madsen, March 3, Manzanita Speedway (1/2-mile), Phoenix, AZ, 15.255 seconds at 118.149 mph.

 

* Joey Saldana, March 16, Houston Raceway Park (1/4-mile) Baytown, TX, 11.996 seconds at 75.025 mph.

 

* Joey Saldana, March 24, Volunteer Speedway (4/10-mile) Bulls Gap, TN, 11.696 second at 123.119 mph.

 

* Jason Solwold, May 5, Riverside International Speedway (1/4-mile) West Memphis, AR, 11.060 seconds at 81.374 mph.

 

* Zach Chappell, June 14, Tri-City Speedway (3/8-mile) Pontoon Beach, IL, 12.174 seconds at 110.892 mph.

 

* Danny Lasoski, July 25, Ohsweken Speedway (3/8-mile) Ohsweken, ON, Canada, 12.944 seconds at 104.925 mph.

 

* Donny Schatz, August 14, Nodak Speedway (3/8-mile) Minot, ND, 13.331 seconds at 101.268 mph.

 

* Paul McMahan, August 17, Castrol Raceway (3/8-mile) Edmonton, AB, 12.875 seconds at 104.854 mph.

 

* Donny Schatz , August 19, Castrol Raceway (3/8-mile) Edmonton, AB, 12.693 seconds at 106.358 mph.

 

* Joey Saldana, August 29, Cottage Grove Speedway (1/4-mile) Cottage Grove, OR, 9.991 seconds at 90.081 mph.

 

* Jason Solwold, September 12, Clay County Speedway (3/8-mile) Spencer, IA, 13.659 seconds at 98.836 mph.

 

*Kerry Madsen, September 26, Orange County Fair Speedway (5/8-mile) 16.836 seconds at 133.642 mph.

 

Crane Cams Dash Winners (24 different winners) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Dash Wins

1- #15 Donny Schatz, Fargo, ND – 11

2 – #14 Jason Meyers, Clovis, CA – 8

3-#11 Steve Kinser, Bloomington, IN – 7

4- #7 Craig Dollansky, Elk River, MN – 6

#9 Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, IN – 6

6-# 21 Daryn Pittman, Owasso, OK – 5

7- #83 Danny Lasoski, Dover, MO – 4

#7S Jason Sides, Bartlett, TN – 4

9- #20 Paul McMahan, Nashville, TN – 3

#6 Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, PA – 3

11- #2 Brooke Tatnell, San Souci, NSW – 2

12 – #0 Jonathan Allard, Chico, CA – 1

#5B Chad Blonde, Litchfield, MI – 1

#10C Jeremy Campbell, Monroe, MI – 1

#15H Sam Hafertepe Jr., Sunnyvale, TX – 1

#1X Randy Hannagan, San Jose, CA – 1

#35 Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, OH – 1

#D1 Justin Henderson, Sioux Falls, SD – 1

#22 Greg Hodnett, Thomasville, PA – 1

#29 Kenny Jacobs, Holmesville, OH – 1

#25 Chad Layton, Harrisburg, PA – 1

#11H Kerry Madsen, St Mary’s, NSW – 1

#4 Danny Smith, Danville, IN – 1

#R19 Jason Solwold, Mt. Vernon, WA – 1

 

Pole Positions (24 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Poles

1- #15 Donny Schatz, Fargo, ND – 11

2- #14 Jason Meyers, Clovis, CA – 8

3-#11 Steve Kinser, Bloomington, IN – 7

4-#7 Craig Dollansky, Elk River, MN – 6

#9 Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, IN – 6

6 -#21 Daryn Pittman, Owasso, OK – 5

7- #83 Danny Lasoski, Dover, MO – 4

#7S Jason Sides, Bartlett, TN – 4

9 – #20 Paul McMahan, Nashville, TN – 3

#6 Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, PA – 3

11- #2 Brooke Tatnell, San Souci, NSW- 2

12 –#0 Jonathan Allard, Chico, CA – 1

#5B Chad Blonde, Litchfield, MI – 1

#10C Jeremy Campbell, Monroe, MI – 1

#15H Sam Hafertepe Jr., Sunnyvale, TX – 1

#1X Randy Hannagan, San Jose, CA – 1 

#35 Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, OH – 1

#D1 Justin Henderson, Sioux Falls, SD – 1

#22 Greg Hodnett, Thomasville, PA – 1

#29 Kenny Jacobs, Holmesville, OH – 1

#25 Chad Layton, Harrisburg, PA – 1

#11H Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW – 1

#4 Danny Smith, Danville, IN – 1

#R19 Jason Solwold, Mt. Vernon, WA – 1  

 

KSE Racing Products Hard Charger (21 drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown

1 – #21 Daryn Pittman, Owasso, OK – 8

#15 Donny Schatz, Fargo, ND – 7

3- #35 Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, OH – 6 

4- #11H Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW – 5

5- #9 Joey Saldana, Brownburg, IN – 4

6- #11 Steve Kinser, Bloomington, IN – 3

7- #7 Craig Dollansky, Elk River, MN – 2

#24 Terry McCarl, Altoona, IA – 2

#20 Paul McMahan, Nashville, TN – 2

#14 Jason Meyers, Clovis, CA – 2

11 –#18T Tony Bruce Jr., Liberal, KS – 1

#25 Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, PA – 1

#D1 Justin Henderson, Sioux Falls, SD – 1

#5C Chad Hillier, Burlington, WA – 1

#69 Brent Kaeding, Campbell, CA – 1

#8K Chad Kemenah, Findlay, OH – 1

#6 Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, PA – 1

#88 Todd Shaffer, Millertown, PA – 1

#19 Stevie Smith, New Oxford, PA – 1

#R19 Jason Solwold, Mt. Vernon, WA – 1

#X1Colby Weisz, Colfax, CA – 1

B-main Winners (39 different winners) Rank – Driver, Hometown – “B” Wins

1 –#15H Sam Hafertepe Jr., Sunnyvale, TX -5

#1X Randy Hannagan, San Jose – 5

#D1 Justin Henderson, Sioux Falls, SD – 5

#24 Terry McCarl, Altoona, IA – 5

5- #11D Dion Hindi, Albuquerque, NM – 4

6 – #10C Jeremy Campbell, Monroe, MI – 3

#2 Brooke Tatnell, San Souci, NSW – 3

8- #8K Chad Kemenah, Findlay, OH – 2

#11 Steve Kinser, Bloomington, IN – 2

#83 Danny Lasoski, Dover, MO – 2

#20 Paul McMahan, Nashville, TN – 2

#15 Donny Schatz, Fargo, ND – 2

#6 Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, PA – 2

#4 Danny Smith, Danville, IN – 2

#8H Shane Stewart Bixbi, OK – 2

16 -#18T Tony Bruce Jr., Liberal, KS – 1

#24H- Rob Chaney, Wooster, OH – 1

#7N Roger Crockett, Medford, OR – 1

#1 Ronnie Day, Salinas, CA – 1

#30C Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, PA – 1

#11EH Marc Duperron, St. Albert, AB – 1

#30 Doug Esh, Lancaster, PA – 1

#35 Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, OH – 1

#5C Chad Hillier, Burlington, WA – 1

#22 Greg Hodnett, Thomasville, PA – 1

#11K Tim Kaeding, San Jose – 1

#91 Kasey Kahne, Enumclaw, WA – 1

#18 Steve Kilcup, Sedro Woolley WA – 1

#1K Herman Klein, Sacramento, CA – 1

#11H Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s NSW – 1

#36 Jason Martin, Liberal, KS – 1

#14 Jason Meyers, Clovis, CA – 1

#51 Fred Rahmer, Salfordville, PA – 1

#9 Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, IN – 1

#7S Jason Sides, Bartlett, TN – 1

#R19 Jason Solwold, Mt. Vernon, WA – 1

# 39 TJ Stutts, Liverpool, PA – 1

#X1 Colby Wiesz Colfax, CA – 1

#1Z Dusty Zomer, Sioux Falls, SD -1

 

Crane Cams Engine Builder’s Challenge

Kistler Engines / 302

Shaver Engines / 300 / -2

Don Ott Racing Engines / 250 / -52

 

Chassis Builder’s Challenge

Maxim Chassis / 330

J&J Chassis / 309 / -21